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The Ministry of Health said that the healthy system in Yemen is about to collapse, 900 days since the Saudi aggression on Yemen has been started .

“The indicators show that more than 48000 employees in the health sector in the provinces ,districts,  hospitals, health centers and health units are without salaries for a full year, although the international community facilitated the transfer of the central bank to Aden and took commitments to pay salaries and the handover of names through the General Union of Yemeni workers to the United Nations but so far salaries have not paid, “The spokesman of the ministry, Dr. Abdul Hakim al-Kahlani, said on Monday”.

Cholera-infected Yemenis receive treatment on Aug. 17 at a hospital in Sanaa amid a rapidly spreading outbreak.

Al-Kahlani warned that the failure of the United Nations to fulfill its promises to pressure on paying salaries is threatening the health system to be collapsed in Yemen, especially that the health workers are dedicated to serve all the Yemeni people in all governorates.

He pointed out that 413 healthy institutions are targeted and destroyed by air strikes, which led to the destruction the treatment center for cholera in the province of Saada in northern Yemen.

According to UN ,more than 55% of the healthy facilities stopped while 45 % are operating at a minimum,

The spokesman of the Ministry of Health pointed out that the comprehensive siege on Yemen by the aggression coalition is hampering the arrival of medicines and aids. 30% of Yemen’s needs are in the medical supplies . According to reports of ICRC,this siege mainly affects patients with chronic diseases kidney failure, cancer, heart, diabetes .

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